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Grinch Dust

How to make Grinch Dust. We hosted a How the Grinch Stole Christmas party for Peyton’s class room party. It was so much fun and the kids LOVED the theme!  This is an easy favor to make and edible too!

how to plan a Grinch party - and how to make grinch dust

We included Grinch Dust in all of the kids treat bags.  They were so excited and said they couldn’t wait to put in on their front lawn instead of the reindeer food this year.  I think that for the 3rd graders the Grinch Dust would be a great alternative to Reindeer Food.

I made the Grinch Dust using granulated sugar and a small bottle of green food coloring.  I started by dropping the food coloring on the sugar and then I used a rubber spatula to mix  I added more sugar until I got the color that I wanted.  You can add more or less food coloring and sugar and then allow to dry by removing the lid for about 30 minutes.  You can use this method to make colored granulated sugar for any of your decorating needs!

Next I placed 1/4 cup into each snack sized ziploc bag and added this cute poem on a slip of paper to the bag:

Don’t let the Grinch steal your Christmas.  You must be on your guard.
Before bedtime on Christmas Eve, sprinkle this dust in your yard.
The Grinch will see the magic dust and know you have taken great care
To protect your home and keep the Christmas spirit alive!

Here is the Grinch Dust Poem in a Word Document – feel free to use it!

Be sure to check out this fun an inexpensive Pin the Heart on the Grinch Party Game and this Grinch Party Balloons decoration ideas!

Be sure to try these Grinch Recipes:

Grinch Cookies

Grinch Punch

Grinch Poppers

Dr. Seuss Fruit Stick

Green Eggs and Ham

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